Birthright

Birthright

 
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  • Jacob replied, "All right, but trade me your birthright for it." - Genesis 25:31


  • "Look, I'm dying of starvation!" said Esau. "What good is my birthright to me now?" - Genesis 25:32


  • Then Jacob gave Esau some bread and lentil stew. Esau ate and drank and went on about his business, indifferent to the fact that he had given up his birthright. - Genesis 25:34


  • Esau said bitterly, "No wonder his name is Jacob,* for he has deceived me twice, first taking my birthright and now stealing my blessing. Oh, haven't you saved even one blessing for me?"1 - Genesis 27:36


  • The oldest son of Israel* was Reuben. But since he dishonored his father by sleeping with one of his father's concubines, his birthright was given to the sons of his brother Joseph. For this reason, Reuben is not listed in the genealogy as the firstborn son.1 - 1 Chronicles 5:1


  • It was the descendants of Judah that became the most powerful tribe and provided a ruler for the nation,* but the birthright belonged to Joseph.2 - 1 Chronicles 5:2


  • Make sure that no one is immoral or godless like Esau. He traded his birthright as the oldest son for a single meal. - Hebrews 12:16


New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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